Railway workers at the Laktajokk gravel pit. Photographer: Borg Mesh 1902.
The National Museum of Science and Technology’s image collections include over 1 million images and negatives from around 1850 onwards. This section describes how you can download images yourself and how to order images.
Tekniska museum does not have the ability to handle image orders. A new decision on this will be made in 2022. We continuously update this page with information. Thanks for your patience.
Tel: + 46 (0)8 450 57 16
We strive to publish material online and make it available for use as generously and freely as possible. Provided that there are no copyright obstacles, the material is free to use. If you have any questions about our images, need help with research, or would like an image in a higher resolution, you are most welcome to contact us.
We are working on making our our image, object and archive collections more accessible. At DigitaltMuseum, you can download images in high resolution JPEG format. Not all images have been processed (retouched or aligned for example) to ensure the best match to the analogue original. We also have images that you cannot yet search for online. Contact us and we will be happy to help you search further in the Museum’s collections.
At present, the Technical Museum does not have the ability to handle image orders. A new decision on this will be made in the spring of 2022. We will continuously update this page with information. Thank you for your patience.
If you have any questions please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 8 450 57 08.
All material with expired copyright is marked Public Domain and copyrighted materials are marked with as free a Creative Commons license as possible. In exceptional cases the © (copyright) symbol is used for material with fully asserted copyright.
The National Museum of Science and Technology’s collections are also made available through other channels such as Europeana, Flickr, Kringla, K-Samsök and Wikimedia Commons.
We follow the legislation applicable to copyright and Sweden’s Personal Data Act.
Last updated 31 March 2022.